Data, code, best practices…
“Jason is a scriptable iOS client that lets you view and interact with any data and any server, in any way you desire.” Basically, you feed it a JSON config file which describes a UI and data sources. The client then consumes those sources and displays them according to your UI definition. And you get access to device-native APIs, too.
A look at how to work with submodules in Git.
A library for managing scheduled execution of multiple functions for Arduino. OS-less multitasking(-ish) for microcontrollers!
- TV Mute Button
- WiFi/Bluetooth control for our garage door
- Motor push-assist for our son’s wheelchair
- Distributed temperature sensors tied to our thermostat
- A mailbox sensor to notify us when we have mail
- Some under-cabinet lighting using addressable RGB LED strips
- Phone push-notifications from our doorbell
- Tying into the security system panel and sensors in our house
- RGB reactive lighting for my car (audio spectrum, etc)
- Homebrew robot or quadcopter
I suppose the first thing should be to finish up the TV Mute Button I started to build for our son a while back. But as you can see, I have plenty of possible choices. I guess I’ll start small and work my way up. 🙂